Annotation

Louis Armstrong feat. Jack Teagarden, Bobby Hackett, Sidney Catlett, Peanuts Hucko, Dick Cary, Bob Haggart, and George Wettling.

Annotation last modified on 2013-08-03 11:05 .

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Introduction by Fred Robbins
0:44
2 Cornet Chop Suey
2:55
3 Our Monday Date
3:00
4 Dear Old Southland
3:37
5 Big Butter and Egg Man
4:10
6 Tiger Rag
5:26
7 Struttin' With Some Barbecue
3:34
8 Sweethearts on Parade
4:32
9 Saint Louis Blues
3:21
10 Pennies From Heaven
3:40
11 On the Sunny Side of the Street
4:41
12 I Can't Give You Anything but Love
3:11
13 Back o' Town Blues
4:09
14 Ain't Misbehavin'
3:51
15 Rockin' Chair
5:05
16 Muskrat Ramble
2:10
17 Save It, Pretty Mama
4:24
18 Saint James Infirmary
3:36
19 Royal Garden Blues
4:40
20 Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
3:32
21 Jack-Armstrong Blues
4:34

Credits

CD 1

clarinet:
Peanuts Hucko (1947-05-17) (tracks 6–17, 19–21)
trumpet:
Louis Armstrong (1947-05-17) (tracks 2–17, 19–21)
Bobby Hackett (1947-05-17) (tracks 6–17, 19–21)
membranophone:
Sid Catlett (1947-05-17) (tracks 2–3, 5–16)
George Wettling (1947-05-17) (tracks 17–21)
double bass:
Bob Haggart (1947-05-17) (tracks 2–3, 5–21)
piano:
Dick Cary (piano, trumpet, alto horn) (1947-05-17) (tracks 2–21)
trombone:
Jack Teagarden (1947-05-17) (tracks 6–21)
arranger:
Joe Primrose (track 18)
composer:
Louis Alter (track 20)
Louis Armstrong (track 2)
Ray Bloch (French-born composer/bandleader) (track 4)
Earl Hines (track 3)
Nick LaRocca (track 6)
Jimmy McHugh (songwriter) (tracks 11–12)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 18)
Clarence Williams (1919) (track 19)
Spencer Williams (US jazz composer, pianist & singer) (1919) (track 19)
Turner Layton (1921) (track 4)
Kid Ory (1926) (track 16)
Charles Newman (Charles Chas Newman, early 20th century songwriter) (1928) (track 8)
Harry Brooks (jazz pianist & songwriter) (1929) (track 14)
Hoagy Carmichael (1929) (track 15)
Fats Waller (1929) (track 14)
Arthur Johnston (American composer and songwriter) (1936) (track 10)
lyricist:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 18)
Eddie DeLange (track 20)
Dorothy Fields (US Tin Pan Alley librettist and lyricist) (tracks 11–12)
Henry Creamer (1921) (track 4)
Carmen Lombardo (1928) (track 8)
Andy Razaf (1929) (track 14)
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964) (1936) (track 10)
vocals:
Louis Armstrong (1947-05-17) (tracks 2–3, 5–17, 19–21)
Jack Teagarden (1947-05-17) (tracks 6–21)
writer:
Louis Armstrong (tracks 5, 13, 21)
Joseph M. Davis (track 17)
Paul Denniker (track 17)
Don Redman (track 17)
Luis Russell (track 13)
Jack Teagarden (track 21)
Percy Venable (1926) (track 5)
publisher:
BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. (not for release label use! file releases under its imprint "BMG Chrysalis") (track 14)
EMI Music (do not use as release label! this is a music publisher) (track 14)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks 11–12)
Redwood Music (track 14)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 14)
Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Ltd. (tracks 11–12)
recorded at:
The Town Hall (New York City) in New York, New York, United States (1947-05-17) (tracks 1–21)
arrangements:
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (for big band, Wolpe) (track 14)
St. Louis Blues (for concert band, Nowak) (track 9)
is the basis for:
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
On the Sunny Side of the Street (Portuguese version) (track 11)
Quando sogno (track 11)
Tiger Rag (French version) (track 6)
Tiger-Rag (German version) (track 6)
Tiikerinmetsästys (track 6)
later versions:
J'avais deux amis (track 18)
live instrumental recording of:
Dear Old Southland (1921 Layton/Creamer jazz standard) (1947-05-17) (track 4)
live recording of:
Ain’t Misbehavin’ (1947-05-17) (track 14)
Back o 'Town Blues (1947-05-17) (track 13)
Big Butter and Egg Man (1947-05-17) (track 5)
Cornet Chop Suey (1947-05-17) (track 2)
Jack-Armstrong Blues (1947-05-17) (track 21)
Muskrat Ramble (1926 original instrumental version) (1947-05-17) (track 16)
My Monday Date (1947-05-17) (track 3)
On the Sunny Side of the Street (1947-05-17) (track 11)
Pennies From Heaven (1947-05-17) (track 10)
Rockin’ Chair (1929 Hoagy Carmichael song) (1947-05-17) (track 15)
Royal Garden Blues (1947-05-17) (track 19)
Save It, Pretty Mama (1947-05-17) (track 17)
St. James Infirmary (Joe Primrose's arrangement) (1947-05-17) (track 18)
St. Louis Blues (1947-05-17) (track 9)
Struttin’ With Some Barbecue (1947-05-17) (track 7)
Sweethearts on Parade (1947-05-17) (track 8)
Tiger Rag (original 1917 instrumental version) (1947-05-17) (track 6)
referred to in medleys:
Bing Crosby Medley (track 10)
Ja-Da Medley (tracks 6, 9–10, 12)
version of:
The Unfortunate Rake (Roud 2; Laws Q26 / B1) (track 18)

Release

ASIN: US: B00006L5D8 [info]

Release Group

part of: Jazz Tribune (number: 43)
Discogs: https://www.discogs.com/master/727880 [info]